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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 08-04-2014, 10:33 AM Thread Starter
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Transfer case Speed sensor

Hi, I am new to forum and working on my first TJ Rubicon (2003)
I am looking for the speed sensor that goes into the tranfers case output housing. I got two different ones from Napa and they are both wrong. Mine is a three wire (hall effect type) sensor with no gear or shaft on it. I am having a terrible time finding one. Anyone have a part number or any tips on where to get one?
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post #2 of 26 (permalink) Old 08-04-2014, 01:35 PM
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Welcome to ROF!

This might be an old part #, but jeep factory # is 56027905

Autozone has them under #SU394
Rockauto has # 5S4684


All under $30

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Thanks! Appreciate it! But that one doesn't look like mine. It looks like the one that gets the gear on the end. Mine is just a round pin aroun 1/2" in diameter and flat on the bottom. Should also mention mine has three terminal/wires.
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AutoZone#s SU3147 or SU3330
RockAuto#s 917647, 5S4690 , SC306 , or 5S5449

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Looked those ones up and it said they were all 2-wire. Both your suggestions look like the same ones I got from my local NAPA. I always seem to have the oddball stuff LOL.
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Hey and welcome to ROF!

What you will find out after a lot of trial and error is that the OEM parts are almost always superior to aftermarket parts. You might pay a few bucks more but you are (in most cases) getting a better part and the correct part. Go to the parts counter of your local dealer and be ready to give them the VIN of your Rubi.
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Sounds like good advice I'll do that thanks!!
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Quick update the correct Chrysler part# is 5033202AB in case anyone else was looking.
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bolt hold down looks broken Greg. i would also replace the torq screw with a bolt. Once the torx is used the head starts rusting and you a fubar the next time you need to take it out. Also make sure to seat it right, otherwise you will get TC fluid everywhere (this comes from experience).

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